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Infiniti G37 Lease Questions

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  • loud0g40ozloud0g40oz Posts: 37
    MF and residual for g37 24/15 and 36/15 please?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    @loud0g40oz said: MF and residual for g37 24/15 and 36/15 please?

    RWD - .00016 and 58% or 53%

    AWD - .00005 and 59% or 53%

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  • loud0g40ozloud0g40oz Posts: 37
    edited August 12

    Thanks. Looks like i'm 6 weeks too late to take advantage of an outstanding deal (68% residual on 24/15 to current 58%). Now the residual is more in line with a current model car, so it makes leasing a soon to be 2 model year old car much less attractive. The 10% decrease in residual value takes the all in payment from $316/mo to $489/mo with 0 down...ouch!

  • New to leasing and was given a quote and wanted to know if it is accurate and a good deal

    O down 2013 G37 Sedan with Premium & Navigation

    MSRP = 38,685.00

    Initial cap = 34,860.62

    36 mo lease = 421.38 / mo

    MF = .00016

    Residual = 55%

    39 mo lease = 399.78 / mo

    MF = .00016

    Residual = 54%

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    @ikeeprunnin said: New to leasing and was given a quote and wanted to know if it is accurate and a good deal

    O down 2013 G37 Sedan with Premium & Navigation

    MSRP = 38,685.00

    Initial cap = 34,860.62

    36 mo lease = 421.38 / mo

    MF = .00016

    Residual = 55%

    39 mo lease = 399.78 / mo

    MF = .00016

    Residual = 54%

    Base MF is being used in both cases, so that is good. Only way to get a lower payment is to negotiate a lower selling price. Each $1000 off will result in a $28/mo savings for 36 months, and $26/mo savings for 39 months.

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  • kencpokencpo Posts: 6

    I would appreciate any pricing info for the g37x with nav and premium packages. There seems to be some leasing incentives but I couldn't figure out what the dealer contribution and leasing incentives would reduce the price to . Also please furnish Mf and residual for 39 mos and 10k miles Thanks in advance

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,545

    @kencpo said: I would appreciate any pricing info for the g37x with nav and premium packages. There seems to be some leasing incentives but I couldn't figure out what the dealer contribution and leasing incentives would reduce the price to . Also please furnish Mf and residual for 39 mos and 10k miles Thanks in advance

    .00005 MF and 55% residual

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  • kencpokencpo Posts: 6

    Thanks for the info. Does any one know the current cash and dealer incentives for leasing?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    @kencpo said: Thanks for the info. Does any one know the current cash and dealer incentives for leasing?

    Use the car research button at the top of the screen to get current Infiniti incentives.

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  • Hi, can someone provide the MF and residual for a G37x with premium and nav - 15k/39 months. thanks in advance!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    @joshandcam said: Hi, can someone provide the MF and residual for a G37x with premium and nav - 15k/39 months. thanks in advance!

    52% and .00005

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  • aw9018aw9018 Posts: 3

    Hi car man. Do you have the latest numbers for 2014 Infiniti Q50 15K 36-39 mo lease?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    @aw9018 said: Hi car man. Do you have the latest numbers for 2014 Infiniti Q50 15K 36-39 mo lease?

    RWD or AWD?

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  • aw9018aw9018 Posts: 3

    Sorry did not mention. Looking for AWD.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,545

    @aw9018 said: Hi car man. Do you have the latest numbers for 2014 Infiniti Q50 15K 36-39 mo lease? @aw9018 said: AWD

    .00015 MF and 52% residual for 39 months for either Premium or Sport model.

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  • I'm currently in a Nissan lease which is up at the end of this month and I'm going to get either a G37 or a Q50.

    I've had one dealership tell me there is lease loyalty for having a Nissan as well as my $395 disposition fee will be waived with a $500 damage waiver. I mentioned this to the other dealer and they told me that isn't true.

    Can anyone tell me if this is true or not?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380
    heischjr said:

    I'm currently in a Nissan lease which is up at the end of this month and I'm going to get either a G37 or a Q50.

    I've had one dealership tell me there is lease loyalty for having a Nissan as well as my $395 disposition fee will be waived with a $500 damage waiver. I mentioned this to the other dealer and they told me that isn't true.

    Can anyone tell me if this is true or not?

    Use the "Car Research" tab at the top of the page to find the current incentives available.

    I can't confirm or deny the waiving of the disposition fee and damage waiver. You'll have to run the numbers from each dealer to see which one is offering the better deal overall.

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  • Hi there - looking for #'s for the 2013 G37x AWD with Prem and Nav
    - 36 and 39 months please, 10K per year
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380

    Hi there - looking for #'s for the 2013 G37x AWD with Prem and Nav
    - 36 and 39 months please, 10K per year

    36/10 - 56% and .00005

    Subtract 1% for 39 months

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  • Thanks Michaell - in my opinion not really a great deal, especially considering the car is a 2013 and the 2015 q50's lease for just slightly higher. Thank you for helping!!!!
  • So I'm just starting to wrap my head around all of this lease stuff. I'm in the market for a Q60 (sorry if this isn't the appropriate forum. I couldn't find one related to the Q60) and I'm wondering how the monthly payments in this lease offer for a Q60 AWD 39/10k with premium package end up being as high as they are, based on some of the MF's I'm seeing here.

    According to my calculations (using multiple lease calculators of course) it seems as if they're calculating their rates based on an extremely high MF or APR (which is the only number I do not know). Can you correct me if I'm wrong?

    MSRP: $46,755
    Cap Cost: $36,846 (incl. $700 acq. fee)
    Residual: $25,248 or 54%
    Down Payment: $4,399 ($4100 plus first months payment)
    Monthly Payment: $299

    In order to get to that $299 monthly payment (excluding tags, tax etc.) I have to include an APR percentage of 5%. Which seems extremely high, unless I'm looking at this incorrectly...
    If I calculate all of this using some of the MFs I've been reading on this forum (.00016 for instance) I get a MUCH lower monthly payment.

    Am I doing something wrong here or does this deal seem to be including a very high interest rate?
  • I think I may have answered my own question. Basically this offer includes a huge cap cost reduction/dealer discount, but with a high APR. If I were to build this vehicle without using the offer, the payments are obviously much higher, since there is no cap reduction and monthly payments are calculated using a much lower APR/MF. Pretty much inline with the rates I'm seeing here. Does this all sound accurate??
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 30,545
    The financing isn't anywhere near 5%. It's almost impossible to impute a finance charge without using the money factor and the lease formula.

    Just ask the dealer what money factor they are using.

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  • ashn888ashn888 Posts: 10
    good afternoon, would you please tell me what the current MF and residual are for a 2013 G37x Premium and Nav for 39 month/15k mi? thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380
    ashn888 said:

    good afternoon, would you please tell me what the current MF and residual are for a 2013 G37x Premium and Nav for 39 month/15k mi? thanks!

    Answered in the other thread you posted in.

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  • I received a quote from a dealership near Seattle for a 2013 G37x Premium, Nav, kindly let me know what you think:

    Model: 2013 G37x Premium, Nav packages
    MSRP: $40,285
    Residual/Amt: 55% $22,156.75
    Term: 39
    MF: 0.00009
    Sale price: $35,702.00
    Acquisition: $700
    Upfront fees: $500 ($350 license and $150 doc fee)
    Cap cost reduction: $0
    Adj. Cap Cost: $36,402
    Payment: $406.84
    Out the door: $906

    In addition to these terms, they're telling me they'd cover the remaining $1,200 or so of lease payments on my current BMW lease. The MF might be marked up slightly but it doesn't materially affect the monthly payments, and buying out the lease is attractive. Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380
    pfcreltne said:

    I received a quote from a dealership near Seattle for a 2013 G37x Premium, Nav, kindly let me know what you think:

    Model: 2013 G37x Premium, Nav packages
    MSRP: $40,285
    Residual/Amt: 55% $22,156.75
    Term: 39
    MF: 0.00009
    Sale price: $35,702.00
    Acquisition: $700
    Upfront fees: $500 ($350 license and $150 doc fee)
    Cap cost reduction: $0
    Adj. Cap Cost: $36,402
    Payment: $406.84
    Out the door: $906

    In addition to these terms, they're telling me they'd cover the remaining $1,200 or so of lease payments on my current BMW lease. The MF might be marked up slightly but it doesn't materially affect the monthly payments, and buying out the lease is attractive. Thanks!

    To get to the $406.84/mo payment with what you've provided, I've got a 9.8% tax rate - is that about right?

    How is the BMW being handled? Are they giving you a check for the remaining payments, or are you trading it in? If trading in, you want to make sure that you aren't getting shorted on the trade value - there may be more than $1200 equity.

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  • Michaell said:

    pfcreltne said:

    I received a quote from a dealership near Seattle for a 2013 G37x Premium, Nav, kindly let me know what you think:

    Model: 2013 G37x Premium, Nav packages
    MSRP: $40,285
    Residual/Amt: 55% $22,156.75
    Term: 39
    MF: 0.00009
    Sale price: $35,702.00
    Acquisition: $700
    Upfront fees: $500 ($350 license and $150 doc fee)
    Cap cost reduction: $0
    Adj. Cap Cost: $36,402
    Payment: $406.84
    Out the door: $906

    In addition to these terms, they're telling me they'd cover the remaining $1,200 or so of lease payments on my current BMW lease. The MF might be marked up slightly but it doesn't materially affect the monthly payments, and buying out the lease is attractive. Thanks!

    To get to the $406.84/mo payment with what you've provided, I've got a 9.8% tax rate - is that about right?

    How is the BMW being handled? Are they giving you a check for the remaining payments, or are you trading it in? If trading in, you want to make sure that you aren't getting shorted on the trade value - there may be more than $1200 equity.
    Good questions, thank you. The applicable sales tax is 9.5%, and there is an extra 0.3% vehicle sales tax on top, so 9.8% is correct. At least we don't have income tax (yet).

    I definitely need to nail down the details on the BMW. They're not giving me a check. I have max security deposits and have to ensure that I get them back, and that I'm not responsible for any deficiencies if they are going to wholesale it. Based on what I can tell, trade-in values are a few thousand less than my residual (which is high, the downside to BMW's low monthly lease payments is a high residual at end of lease) so I doubt I have equity.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 7,380
    pfcreltne said:

    Michaell said:

    pfcreltne said:

    I received a quote from a dealership near Seattle for a 2013 G37x Premium, Nav, kindly let me know what you think:

    Model: 2013 G37x Premium, Nav packages
    MSRP: $40,285
    Residual/Amt: 55% $22,156.75
    Term: 39
    MF: 0.00009
    Sale price: $35,702.00
    Acquisition: $700
    Upfront fees: $500 ($350 license and $150 doc fee)
    Cap cost reduction: $0
    Adj. Cap Cost: $36,402
    Payment: $406.84
    Out the door: $906

    In addition to these terms, they're telling me they'd cover the remaining $1,200 or so of lease payments on my current BMW lease. The MF might be marked up slightly but it doesn't materially affect the monthly payments, and buying out the lease is attractive. Thanks!

    To get to the $406.84/mo payment with what you've provided, I've got a 9.8% tax rate - is that about right?

    How is the BMW being handled? Are they giving you a check for the remaining payments, or are you trading it in? If trading in, you want to make sure that you aren't getting shorted on the trade value - there may be more than $1200 equity.
    Good questions, thank you. The applicable sales tax is 9.5%, and there is an extra 0.3% vehicle sales tax on top, so 9.8% is correct. At least we don't have income tax (yet).

    I definitely need to nail down the details on the BMW. They're not giving me a check. I have max security deposits and have to ensure that I get them back, and that I'm not responsible for any deficiencies if they are going to wholesale it. Based on what I can tell, trade-in values are a few thousand less than my residual (which is high, the downside to BMW's low monthly lease payments is a high residual at end of lease) so I doubt I have equity.
    So, the $1200 that the dealership is using to 'cover' the last three payments has to go somewhere - is that reflected in the net cap cost?

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